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Cat#:EIA-636C
Product Name:Histamine ELISA Kit
Synonym: 2 (4 imidazolyl)ethylamine; 4 (2 aminoethyl) 1 3 diazole; HISTAMINE BASE; HISTAMIN; HISTAMINE; L-HISTAMINE; AURORA KA-668; Histamine
Size: 96 T
Sample: Urine, Serum, Cell culture media, EDTA Plasma
Gene Introduction: Histamine is a biogenic amine, which is formed by enzymatical decarboxylation from the amino acid histidine. It occurs in the mast cells and basophilic white cells bound to heparin. In the course of a type I allergy, endogenic histamine from the mast cells and basophilic leucocytes is released after antigen binding to membrane-associated IgE, and typical allergical reactions appear. But histamine can also enter the human body via the nutrition and can thus cause pseudoallergic food intolerances. The appearing symptoms are not distinguishable from those of a real allergy. The term ‘food allergy’ is however only used, if the pathologic symptoms develop in the course of an immunological reaction. Non-immunological reactions to food are defined as food intolerances. Food intolerances, which are caused by increased histamine concentrations, are clinically characterized by rash, diarrhoea, vomiting, nausea, itching, headache and asthma. The extent of the reaction is dependent on the ingested amount of histamine. These reactions can be enhanced by a lack of diaminoxidase. Separated from histamine intolerances toxic reactions exist, which are caused by very high histamine concentrations. Toxic histamine concentrations, which can cause the so-called scombroid reaction, appear after bacterial degradation of protein-rich food, especially fish. Histamine is found above all in cheese, fish, spinach, smoked products and red wine. The histamine concentrations in different types of food, but also in the same food show frequently great differences. In different types of cheese there can e.g. be found histamine contents between 600 and 1000 mg/kg.
Application: quantitative
Usage: For Lab Research Use Only
Detection Principle: Competitive ELISA
Storage: Unopened Kit: Store at 2 - 8°C. Do not use past kit expiration date. Opened/Reconstituted Reagents: TMB Solution A; TMB Solution B; TMB Stop Solution; Wash Buffer; HRP-conjugate antibody The above mentioned reagents should be stored for up to 1 month at 2 - 8°C. Microplate Wells: Return unused wells to the foil pouch containing the desiccant pack, reseal along entire edge of zip-seal. May be stored for up to 1 month at 2 - 8°C.

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